Bryan has been with KWQC since February of 2017, but has been a part of the TV-6 family most of his life. He grew up in Aledo, Illinois or as most know it as the place with the "Rhubarb Fest".
After graduating from Mercer County High School in 2012, he went on to study journalism at Black Hawk College in Moline and later transferred to Western Illinois University. There Bryan graduated with a Bachelors in Journalism in 2016.
When Bryan is not busy working in the newsroom, you can find him out in the QCA with his 4-year-old son, Brayden. Most likely at the zoo. Bryan loves to meet new people and learn about their stories so feel free to contact him.
Israeli fighter jets have begun striking targets throughout the blockaded enclave.
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